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Giulia is a correspondent for MLex in Brussels. She started reporting on EU energy and climate policies as a fellow of the Lénaïc Fund for Quality Journalism with MLex in Brussels. Giulia has a degree in International Relations from the University of Bologna, and a degree in European Languages and Cultures focused on English and German from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
Selected Insights by Giulia
Energy companies contemplating lawsuits against EU governments over their climate plans
The “fit for 55” package sets out exactly how the EU executive plans to reduce the bloc’s emissions by 55 percent.
Covid-19 may have cleared the streets of climate-change activists such as the global movement Fridays for Future inspired by Greta Thunberg, but that doesn’t mean protest has been silenced.
Veolia’s hostile bid for rival Suez could be the first major test of the European Commission’s approach to environmental arguments in its merger reviews.
EU lawmakers’ hopes to significantly expand the bloc’s proposed climate law have been doused by national governments.